Lenin and the Crises in Russian Communist Party in the Years 1918-1921
The author discusses Lenin's role in dealing with two critical situations. The first arose when the peace treaty of Brest Litovsk was signed, as the concepts of Lenin, Trotsky and some others differed considerably. The second was due to the difficult economic situation, when the viewpoints and demands of Trotsky were met with a sharp reaction of the trade unions.
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